Time to Get Rid of Grades? What Exactly Stands in the Way?
Rae Pica withMark Barnes, Starr Sackstein, Nancy Flanagan
Our guests are behind an initiative to scrap grades. Can we achieve academic goals without grades? What are the obstacles?
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November 18, 2014 Comprehensive Assessment
Mark Barnes is a teacher and author of five education books, including Assessment 3.0: Throw Out Your Grade Book and Inspire Learning (due in February). Starr Sackstein, MJE, JEA New York State Director / High school educator, author, reformer, recovering perfectionist. Nancy Flanagan is a retired teacher, with 31 years as a K-12 Music specialist in the Hartland, Michigan schools. She is co-founder of the Network of Michigan Educators and her blog, Teacher in a Strange Land.
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